Ocean Front Park is Kure Beach's largest public green space. This wonderful addition to Kure Beach includes an open-air pavilion with a stage for concerts, weddings and events, public restrooms, a walking path, a play area for children, swings and rain gardens - all along the oceanfront!
Kure Beach Pier is the oldest fishing pier on the Atlantic coast having been built in 1923. It is still a family business with the current owner being the grandson of the original builder.
North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher
Stunning exhibits showcase a variety of aquatic environments and wildlife. Take a journey down the Cape Fear River to the coastal waters. Begin an Aquarium adventure along winding garden walkways experiencing waterfalls, bays and swamps.
WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
Kure Beach Ocean Front Park & Pavilion
Kure Beach Fishing Pier
JUST A SHORT DRIVE AWAY
Daytime Excursions/Moonlight Cruises
Kure Beach, offers a naturally beautiful setting in a peaceful, small-town atmosphere unlike any other. The coastal community, with its relaxed pace, lets visitors reconnect while they enjoy both nature unspoiled and signature attractions.
PLACES TO EAT
111 K Avenue, Kure Beach
Freddie's offers a wide variety of Italian/ American cuisine choices with moderately priced entrees. You'll enjoy authentic Italian cuisine in an Irish pub atmoshphere.
113 K Avenue, Kure Beach
Jack Mackerels cooks up some of the best seafood, steaks, burgers and chicken on Pleasure Island using the freshest ingredients and Chef Danny's island touch. Dine indoors our out or enjoy a casual meal or a cocktail at the spacious bar.
101 K Avenue, Kure Beach
This recently updated diner has a retro look and feel with a menu that includes the All-American classics. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Just a short drive away, it is home of the freshest seafood in town, and Wilmington's only Live Lobster Tank. Try one of their signature entrees that are sure to please.